Member (Virtual) Events

Play Reading Night (Virtual)

Play Reading Night (Virtual) – Join us on Tuesday, April 13th, at 7:00 p.m. to celebrate William Shakespeare’s birthday by reading scenes from some of his greatest plays. Dance with the fairies in A Midsummer Night’s Dream, bicker with Beatrice and Benedick in Much Ado About Nothing, cackle over a cauldron with the witches in Macbeth and more! Those interested in reading can sign up in advance for this offering.  The evening will be fun for both readers and listeners. Join us to honor the Bard!  Make sure you RSVP to get the Zoom log-in information.

 

Providence (Virtual) Happy Hour

Providence (Virtual) Happy Hour – Please join us for the next Happy Hour on Tuesday, May 11th, 2021 at 6:30pm.  Put it on your calendar!  We encourage you to prepare a beverage, grab your phone or iPad, and join us for a gabfest as we celebrate Spring, baby critters and cicadas!  Make sure you save the date and remember, only members can attend! So, if you need to, make sure you renew or join – and then RSVP to get the Zoom log-in information

Only members can attend these events, so make sure you renew or join if you need to.

Here are a few photos from our last in-home play reading event.  (Sniff.  We miss those days.)

Members, Patrick David, Kathi Ranowsky and Susan d. Garvey.
Members, Michael Bagwell, Annie Rowson (guest), and Sara Bennett.

Oh, we long for the days we could all sit in a pub and enjoy a meal, beverages and each other!  We will again soon.  Until then, enjoy these photos from our last two “in-person” happy hours!

Seasoned and new members join us at Providence Happy Hour! A fun time was had by all!
Providence Players members enjoy first Happy Hour at Liberty BBQ!

Annual Membership Meeting

The Annual Meeting took place on Monday night, June 8, 2020.  We are happy to share that over 50 members attended.  Thank you to everyone who joined in!

For those of you missed it, here is a brief summary and highlights from the meeting:

  • Jayne L. Victor gave the President’s report on all the wonderful accomplishments for the year, including a brief from Kevin Harnisch on scholarships, Julie Janson on virtual PopUp productions and auditions and David Whitehead on the COVID-19 Emergency Appeal and donated tickets.
    • Make sure you get your tickets to Mere Mortals, by David Ives.
  • Andra Whitt gave the Treasurer’s report.  Providence Players is in sound financial shape, and we are projecting we will achieve a small surplus by fiscal year end, June 30.
  • Mario Font gave an update on all-things WATCH, and plans for the upcoming year.
  • Tina Thronson welcomed new members, Nancy Joyner, Tracy Lewis, Brian Nikols, and Robert “Buzz” Schultz.
  • Beth Whitehead introduced the new season with news that timing on when it will start is still to be determined:  Angel Street (Gaslight), by Patrick Hamilton; Junie B. in Jingle Bells, Batman Smells! by Allison Gregory;  Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner, by Todd Kreidler; and Don’t Dress for Dinner, by Marc Camoletti and adapted by Robin Hawdon.

  • Volunteer recognition:  special recognition was given to Charlotte Gertzog, John Smith, Tara Tripp, Thomas Udlock, and Bobby Welsh
  • Janet Bartelmay, as chair of the Nominating Committee, presented a slate of board members for election to a new three-year term:  Janet Bartelmay, Nick Manicone, and David Whitehead.  A motion was made, seconded and the membership voted to approve the slate.

Save the Date:  Season Announcement Event

Postponed for now.

Set Build Weekends

Postponed for now.

Other Events or Notices

Check back regularly for audition information.